bfinance Grows Client Coverage Team

Mar 26 2015 | 9:06am ET

Investment consultancy bfinancehas appointed Alexandra Martinez as a director and William Nicholson as an associate, both in the UK and Ireland Client Coverage team.

Martinez has over 10 years of experience in financial services, most recently consulting for pension funds, family offices and corporate investors. Prior to joining bfinance in January 2015, she was a partner at Arbour Partners, an investment advisory and placement firm and a partner of St. James’s Place Wealth Management.

Nicholson has developed experience in the UK Local Authority sector, spending four years with Inalytics, a quantitative research software-house using attribution analysis to determine fund manager skill levels for Local Authorities, family offices, sovereign wealth funds and CIOs of fund managers.

Announcing the appointments today, Pal Sarai, Senior Director at bfinance, said: "We are delighted to welcome Alexandra and William to bfinance and excited by the wealth of experience that they bring to our already strong Client Coverage teams.  I am certain that they will make a very rapid and demonstrable contribution to our clients and our firm."

bfinance is an independent, privately-owned, financial services firm that provides advice and solutions to companies and institutional investors around the globe. The firm’s in-house capabilities span all traditional and alternative asset classes.


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